What’s New In Interiors?

By Tessa Dunthorne

2 weeks ago

Launches, collabs, workshops and all the design news you need

Wondering what’s new in the design world? Need some home inspiration? Here’s the launches, collections and design news we’re exciting about this month.

Design News: What’s Hot In Interiors?

WOW!House Is Back, Baby

Martin Moore Kitchen at WOW!House 2024

Martin Moore Kitchen at WOW!House 2024

WOW!House has returned to the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour for its third year. Explore a fantastical home in which every room is immaculately designed by a different studio (typically with the support of a showroom from the Centre). It’s a prime opportunity to see how creative a studio can get when working to their own brief, and you’ll no doubt want to take inspiration home, too. Read about our WOW!House 2024 highlights. Running from 4 June to 4 July, dcch.co.uk

Lighting Us Up: Original BTC’s Crosby

New Original BTC Crosby lamp

Original BTC celebrates opening its new Oxfordshire glassworks with the launch of its first glass-based table lamp, the Crosby. The sleek tactile glass is fitted with a sandblasted solid brass base and has pretty contrast with its linen shade. From £569, originalbtc.com

Here’s The Tea (In A Kurt Geiger Teapot)

Kurt Geiger floral couture teapot

Oh we do love it when a fashion brand drops a homeware collection. Floral Couture is not exclusively homeware but it’s the ideal picnicking set. The teapot, which comes with a mug to match, sports a sunny design hand-painted by British botanical artist Tattie Isles. £79, kurtgeiger.com

Potty For Charlotte Manser’s Ceramic Workshops

Charlotte Manser has built up a following on social media sharing life as a potter in Berkshire. Her all female team make sustainable, to order thrown ceramics which are nostalgic at heart. She’s launched a series of workshops to fill out the rest of the year in a crafty way, welcoming students into her studio for pottery and floristry day retreats, candle-making courses, and more. From June 8, prices from £50, charlottemanserceramics.com

150 Years Of The Grind

Peugeot's 1874 Pepper Grinder

Way back in 1874, Peugeot of France – yes, the car manufacturer – invented the first table-top pepper mill. 150 years later, the brand is celebrating this achievement with the relaunch of the original model. The Bistro 1874 model is a chic little thing that’s inspired countless table accessories since and the limited edition piece will certainly help us season our dinners in style. £54.99 per mill, uk.peugeot-saveurs.com

The Riviera Life

LUSSO Bathroom's new riviere colourway concrete bathroom fixtures

LUSSO, the luxury bathrooms brand, has launched its new COLORE Collection, inspired by globetrotting adventures. The Azure colourway (pictured) calls to the sea lapping at the sand in the French Riviera – and certainly promises tranquil tub time. The collection marks them as the first UK brand to manufacture coloured concrete for off-the-shelf products. From £397, lussostone.com  

Coffee Hour With La Pavoni

La Pavoni's new Diamantina coffee machine

If you’re a coffee geek, you’re bound to have all the gadgets. Here’s a new one to add to your wishlist. La Pavoni’s new Diamantina is a semi-professional espresso machine designed to make the ‘God Shot’ (i.e. the perfect double ristretto) – all while looking incredible on your countertop. £4,999.95, lapavoni.com